Eric Herman

#60G,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 320
Born:
College: Ohio
Birth Place: Oregon, Ohio
Draft: 2013 7th round (19th pick) by the
  • Paging the Colts: Lions take down their playoff banners at Ford Field
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    Paging the Colts: Lions take down their playoff banners at Ford Field

    Remember when the Colts hung that participation banner inside their stadium after their season ended in the AFC title game? The one that read "AFC Finalist" and was mocked by everyone?  This story isn't about the Colts and that banner, but it is related to them. On Wednesday, 300 miles to the northeast of Lucas Oil Stadium, the Lions took down their playoff banners inside Ford Field, according to the Detroit News' Justin Rogers.  Here's a look at their stadium, which is officially free of participation trophies: So, why'd the Lions remove those banners? They have higher ambitions than playoff appearances as a wild card team, which team president Rod Wood explained. Of note: The Lions haven't

  • Tony Dungy Has Ridiculous Take On Tom Brady’s Spot In NFL History
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    Tony Dungy Has Ridiculous Take On Tom Brady’s Spot In NFL History

    Tony Dungy had a tough time beating the New England Patriots during his tenure as head coach of the Indianapolis Colts, and it appears he still hasn’t gotten over his former nemesis. Dungy was one of 10 coaches, both former and current, interviewed by Mike Sando in a recent story for ESPN. Each was asked to rank the top 10 quarterbacks since 1978, the start of the modern NFL era. As most would expect, Tom Brady was featured on all 10 lists. In fact, the Patriots QB was ranked either No. 1 or No. 2 by nine of the 10 coaches. Dungy, unsurprisingly, was the only member of the survey not to feature the five-time Super Bowl champion at the top of his list. Sando revealed that Dungy listed John Elway,

  • Robert Turbin had highest elusive rating among Colts running backs
    Colts Wire6 hours ago

    Robert Turbin had highest elusive rating among Colts running backs

    While there isn’t any doubt Frank Gore will be leading the Indianapolis Colts backfield, there could be some instances in which Robert Turbin sees snaps on earlier downs as he proved in 2016 to be a very productive back. Though he was primarily used as a short-yardage and goal-line running back in his first year with the Colts, Turbin still posted the highest elusive rating on the roster, per Pro Football Focus. Turbin’s performance in 2016 merits an increase in carries for 2017. He proved to be good with the ball in his hands, and forced 10 missed tackles on his 47 rushing attempts. He earned a PFF elusive rating of 54.1, the highest of all Indianapolis Colts running backs in 2016. Turbin saw